Subscribers to our Website this week would have read some of these
stories first on CampaignLive’s Channel 10.
- Monday 12.58 Future Publishing management buyout goes through
- Monday 13.28 MindShare scoops Kimberly-Clark’s centralised European
- Tuesday 13.02 Ionica appoints Ogilvy & Mather below the line
- Tuesday 13.05 Doner Cardwell Hawkins wins G-Shock task
- Tuesday 13.06 FHM magazine launches cover girl warning campaign
- Tuesday 18.00 Web company, Indexfinger, to close
- Tuesday 18.04 Freemans appoints WCRS to new multi-million pound
- Wednesday 11.51 Jim Faulds steps up as agency restructures
In the Favourite Ad of the Week poll, Dockers and Sky tied for first
place. However, the rest of the field hardly left the blocks with two
ads from BMP DDB coming very close to scoring zero.
1= Dockers (BBH) 47%
1= Sky (M&C Saatchi) 47%
3. Nescafe (McCanns) 3%
4= Alliance & Leicester (BMP DDB) 1% 4= Walkers (BMP DDB) 1% In the
swingometer, voting was very close. To the question of whether the
arrival of names like Mother, Mountain View, Quiet Storm and now Spirit
meant that the age of ’name above the door agencies’ was over, 58 per
cent said ’no’.
The voting was closer in our second question, with 52 per cent of
visitors agreeing that Nicky Clarke’s haircare press campaign was good
Finally, we asked whether Equity had won the day in its dispute with ad
Instead of a deluge of ’no’ votes, 41 per cent of you backed Equity.
People’s Jury In Favourite Ad, it’s Nicky Clarke, Orange, Ryvita,
Accurist and Adidas.
Private View BMP’s Larry Barker reviews Tag Heuer, CarLand, Mini
Cheddars, Sky, Snickers and Rover.
Social Sophie Fernando Peire reviews the trendy restaurants of Notting